Save the date: Conference on KLF and Sp1-like Factors in Medicine and Regenerative Medicine

We would like to invite you, your students and your postdocs to register for FASEB’s 2016 Science Research Conference on “KLF and Sp1-like Factors in Medicine and Regenerative Medicine,” which will take place Aug. 7-12 at the Base Village Conference Center in Snowmass Village, Colo.

Dr. Raul Urrutia-KLF-JBCThis is a unique opportunity to interact with a vibrant and collaborative community of senior leaders in the field, as well as junior faculty members, students and fellows.

The program will cover the fundamentals and applications of the knowledge of this field as it relates to biochemistry, cell biology and medicine, spanning cardiovascular diseases, immunology, metabolism, cancer, neurobiology, blood disorders, reproductive biology and regenerative medicine. We also will have an special session on gene-editing tools and approaches.

Here’s a link to the preliminary program for our meeting, but note that additional speakers and activities are being organized and will be added soon. Our meeting will be held over six days, with sessions in the mornings and evenings.

The conference venue fosters close interactions and scientific discussions, and it offers meals, walks and other social activities.

FASEB’s Science Research Conferences are traditionally small, usually bringing together between 100 and 150 participants.

The conference series has been a major success for the past decade and, with your attendance and support, we remain committed to make the 2016 series another great one. For more information on the full conference series, visit

Please do not hesitate to contact us at if you have questions or suggestions.

We truly look forward to seeing you!

Best Wishes,
The Co-organizers

Goutham Narla (Case Western University)
Mona Nemer (University of Ottawa)
Masatsugu Ema (Shiga University of Medical Science)
Raul Urrutia (Mayo Clinic)

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